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MUTHOLATH AUDITORIUM

Mutholath Auditorium is an air conditioned and beautifully designed auditorium available for the use of banquets, public meetings, conferences and other similar gatherings. It has sufficient parking and an open lower level for additional use. Its seating capacity in the main hall is 650. It is wheelchair accessible.

Mutholath Auditorium is located on the highway side of Ettumanoor Pala road at Cherpunkal village in Kottayam District, Kerala State, India. Its revenue is fully used for the maintenance of Good Samaritan Centre and Agape Bhavan at Cherpunkal. Both these institutions in the Mutholath Nagar in Cherpunkal serve the differently abled (disabled) and their families.

Mutholath Auditorium, Good Samaritan Centre for the deafblind, and Agape Bhavan for the physically and mentally disabled are run the Kottayam Social Service Society, the social service department of the Archdiocese of Kottayam. All these are located at Mutholath Nagar in Cherpunkal.

Major Archbishop of the Syro Malabar Church Mar George Cardinal Alencherry, blessed this auditorium on 14th February 2017. His Grace Archbishop Mar Mathew Moolakkatt presided over the public meeting.

Kottayam Social Service Society (KSSS), the official organization of the Archeparchy of Kottayam was established in 1964. KSSS started the Samaritan Resource Centre at Cherpunkal in 2010 by utilizing the land and financial assistance donated by Fr. Abraham Mutholath, in order to serve as a centre for human resource development with special focus to the differently-abled.

Samaritan Resource Centre is unique in its services, offering holistic care and rehabilitation services for the Persons with Deafblindness and Persons with Multiple Sensory Impairment (MSI). In order to enhance the facilities and to seek continued financial support of this Centre, a full-fledged Air-conditioned auditorium has been completed in its premises with the continued support of Fr. Abraham Mutholath.

Agape Bahvan is situated one kilometer north of Mutholath Auditorium on the side of Cherpunkal Palayam road. This institution serves the physically and mentally disabled persons and their families. It also has a note book making unit and paper bag production unit for nearby hospitals that support the disabled and the members of the self-help groups in the area. The institution started functioning on August 16, 2014 in a newly constructed classroom on the land donated by Fr. Abraham Mutholath. The fully constructed building was blessed and inaugurated on January 2, 2006.

Mutholath Auditorium Interior